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Paul Bowman is lecturer in cultural studies at Bath Spa University College. Bibliographic information. Interrogating Cultural Studies: Theory, Politics and Practice.

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Paul Bowman teaches Cultural Studies at Cardiff University

Paul Bowman teaches Cultural Studies at Cardiff University.

This book presents an original and innovative new approach to the field of cultural studies in the form of a series of dynamically executed interviews with some of the world's leading and some of the most challenging emergent cultural theorists, from both sides of the Atlantic and beyond: Professor Mieke Bal, Professor Catherine Belsey, Professor Steven Connor, Professor Simon Critchley, Professor Thomas

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This book argues that cultural studies and post-Marxism are constitutively orientated by the aim of intervention when what intervention should and could be is undecidable.

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Published by: Pluto Press. eISBN: 978-1-84964-501-0. Subjects: Political Science. 2. Cultural studies is banal or cynical: a convenient way of finding an institutional name for theory which is a) metadiscursive and therefore without material, and b) interdisciplinary and therefore with no content.

This book presents an original and innovative new approach to the field of cultural studies in the form of a series of dynamically executed interviews with some of the world’s leading and some of the most challenging emergent cultural theorists, from both sides of the Atlantic and beyond: Professor Mieke Bal, Professor Catherine Belsey, Professor Steven Connor, Professor Simon Critchley, Professor Thomas Docherty, Dr Jeremy Gilbert, Professor Sue Golding, Professor Lynette Hunter, Dr Martin McQuillan, Professor John Mowitt, Professor Christopher Norris, Professor Griselda Pollock, Professor Adrian Rifkin, Professor Jeremy Valentine, Professor Julian Wolfreys, and Professor Slavoj Zizek are all included here. The book is framed by lively and informative introductions, which introduce the work of these thinkers, and which also introduce the reader to the crucial importance of the issues that the interviews address.The result is an entertaining and hugely useful introduction to the key ideas in the field, the strengths and problematic weaknesses of cultural studies as a discipline, allowing the reader to chart its development, and to identify emerging trends. This book is ideal for students of cultural studies and the interdisciplinary arts and humanities, and will be of great interest to teachers and researchers working within a very wide range of areas of cultural studies.
Interrogating Cultural Studies: Theory, Politics and Practice download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Paul Bowman
ISBN: 0745317154
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Pluto Press (March 20, 2003)
Pages: 265 pages